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  1. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Anêmona Chair

    2000
    Plastic, steel, and aluminum
    2018.75

    Gift of the designers

  2. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Prototype 1 for Pirarucu Chair

    2014
    Pirarucu leather, foam, bamboo, and steel
    2018.74

    Gift of Friedman Benda

  3. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Prototype for Banquete KAWS

    2017
    Stuffed toys, canvas, thread, and stainless steel
    2018.20

    Museum purchase funded by the bequest of Arthur Robson Jr. in honor of Claire and Robert T. Lober

  4. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Racket Chair (Tennis)

    2013
    Nylon and brass
    2018.19

    Gift of Friedman Benda

  5. Erich Dieckmann
    German, 1896–1944
    Armchair

    c. 1926
    Oak and wicker
    2018.18

    Museum purchase funded by the Decorative Arts Endowment, Joan Morgenstern, BFF Forum in honor of Cindi Strauss, Mrs. H. L. Simpson by exchange, and various donors by exchange

  6. Julia Läufer
    German, born 1968
    LAYER Chair

    designed 2012, made c. 2013–2017
    Metal, plywood, and woolen upholstery
    2017.394

    Gift of Douglas Burton and Christopher Ralston, Apartment Zero

  7. Paul Cocksedge
    British, born 1978
    Prototype for Poised (Right)

    2013
    Steel
    2016.71

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  8. Fernando Campana
    Brazilian, born 1961
    Black Iron Chair

    Designed 2004, made 2011
    Stainless steel with epoxy paint
    2011.545

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 2011

  9. Peter Behrens
    German, 1868–1940
    "Speisezimmer" Chair

    1902
    Oak and cane
    2010.12

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by friends of Willie Pena and Preston Bolton, in their honor

  10. Marcel Breuer
    Hungarian, 1902–1981
    Lounge Chair, Model no. B35 and Stool, Model no. B37

    Designed 1928–29, made c. 1930–35
    Chrome-plated tubular steel, eisengarn, and lacquered wood
    2005.1866.1,.2

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by friends of S.I. Morris in his honor

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